Our Briefings have become must-attend events for cyber security experts in every industry, combining cutting edge insights with practical 'how to' tips and guidance.
As Cyber Security specialists we understand the everyday business issues and concerns facing our clients. In an ever-changing threat landscape, all organizations need to stay on top of the latest trends and technologies.
This is why we created the MWR Briefing: to challenge orthodox perceptions about security and share high-level insights into this complex arena. We also provide attendees with solution-focused guidance and clarity on elements of cyber security - all now seen as crucial factors for future business success.
In the years since our first event, the MWR Briefing has gained an enviable reputation for presenting high-quality research and attracting the industry’s leading IT and security professionals.
++ Advance your knowledge
Each MWR Briefing allows you to stay informed of the latest cyber security trends via cutting-edge research from MWR Labs.
++ Network with MWR and your peers
You can use the networking breaks and post-event reception to meet MWR’s consultants and researchers, as well as other like-minded professionals to share knowledge and learn first-hand from the best in the business.
++ Get the answers you need
MWR Briefings provide you with real-world case studies of security incidents and cyber attacks across a number of different sectors, allowing you to learn about practical solutions for defeating those threats.
Due to an ever increasing schedule, I have fewer opportunities to attend events and briefings. As a consequence, the MWR events have become my ‘must do’ to attend as you can always be relied upon to deliver. Genuinely informative, always relevant and filters out the noise. Thanks.
October 25, 2016
In light of cyber industry trends and observations made by our consultants, MWR's selection of presentations for our October briefing will investigate the contention that current protection strategies employed by local and international organizations are, in many instances, insufficient.1 day
October 27, 2016
In light of cyber industry trends and observations made by our consultants, MWR's selection of presentations for our October briefing will investigate the contention that current protection strategies employed by local and international organizations are, in many instances, insufficient.3 days
November 17, 2016
Recent data sources such as Verizon DBIR, similar vendor reports and our own privileged view gained from working with many organizations in a myriad of industries, have offered fascinating insights into the current global threat landscape.24 days
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